Chicken Salad Tied to Salmonella Outbreak

Chicken salad sold at Fareway stores have been tied to multiple cases of Salmonella illness.

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February 19, 2018
Edited by QA Staff

DES MOINES — Consumers in five Midwestern states are being warned against eating chicken salad sold at Fareway stores that's been tied to multiple cases of salmonella illness, USA Today reported.

Preliminary test results from the University of Iowa's state hygienic laboratory indicate Salmonella is present in the product, which Fareway voluntarily pulled from its shelves.

No chicken salad has been sold to the consuming public since Friday night, the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals said, in its warning to consumers Tuesday. 

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Source: USA Today